Being the oldest business in Cincinnati, Bromwell’s should be a familiar name to most locals –after all, it’s been around since 1819. But a recent addition could delight even old-school residents.
Bromwell’s impressive retail space on Fourth Street in Downtown serves as a grand showroom for their primary offerings of fireplaces and accessories. The 10,000-square-foot, two-story space features gas fireplaces, wood stoves, mantels and related products experienced in room-sized displays complete with furniture and decor.
The relatively new Bromwell’s Härth Lounge, located next door, serves as an extension of the showroom and an avenue to bring the Bromwell’s brand to life even more.
With a plan to re-open in July after closing in 2020 due to COVID-19, owner Jeffrey McClorey says Härth will expand its hours, bringing the former night club into the light of day. The business will serve coffee and light bites into the afternoon, while the cocktail bar will open only on weekend nights for now. The new coffee program will feature custom roasts from La Terza in Lockland.
Bromwell’s Härth Lounge is located at 125 W. 4th St., Downtown. Info: bromwellsharthlounge.com.